A national student photography competition aimed at finding the next Julius Schulman has been launched by the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) and the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS)
The ‘Colleges on Camera’ contest is open to students at the 100 colleges that have benefited from the government’s Building Colleges for the Future funding.
The winning photographer will bag £2,500 of photography equipment and their college will also receive a masterclass with renowned photographer Sir Colin Hampden-White.
To enter, students need to send a photo of their new facilities to show how this investment has ‘transformed their college experience and that of their fellow students’.
Pictures can be of anything from an image showing specialist facilities being used to develop new skills, classroom technology helping interactive learning or simply a photo which captures ‘buzzing’ social areas.
The closing date for entries is Friday 13 March. The winning images will be published in The Architects’ Journal in April.